Budapest is an exotic city with a rich past. Known for its hot baths and turn of the century architecture, Budapest is often called “little Paris of Middle Europe”. The city not only preserves its own 1000 years of culture, but is also the relics of myriad others cultures that found their way here. On arrival, you will be met with our local representative at the airport, outside the customs area, transferred to hotel,check in to the hotel. Day is at leisure.
After breakfast at the hotel.
Jump aboard a double-decker bus and explore everything that enchanting Budapest has to offer at your leisure. With no limit to the number of rides you can take, visit famous landmarks such as St Stephen’s Basilica, Heroes’ Square, and the Hungarian Parliament building.
The perfect way to take in the city at your own pace, this convenient bus tour gives you insight into the Hungarian capital’s architectural wonders, fascinating history, and rich culture. Hop on and off as you wish to visit the city’s top tourist attractions. See the neo-Gothic terraces of Fisherman’s Bastion, visit the delightful parks of Margaret Island in the center of the Danube, admire the elegant architecture of St. Stephen’s Basilica, and explore the monuments at Heroes’ Square.
By night, enjoy the floodlit splendor of Budapest’s illuminated Gothic, Art Nouveau, and Renaissance landmarks. Take a seat, breeze through the city, and listen to insightful commentary as you admire the luminous sights.
Route stops include:
Keleti Railway Station
Clark Adam Square
Great Market Hall
Nyugati Railway Station
Hop-on hop-off bus tour of Budapest
Unlimited bus rides for the duration of your pass
Free wifi on board
Live bus tracking
90-minute English-guided Walking Tour is included in all tickets
River Cruise on the Danube is included
fter enjoying breakfast,
Get to know Viennas history, architecture, culture and especially about the people who have lived here and those still living here. Learn why the Habsburgs ruled more than 640 years. What was Sisis height, weight and waist. Hear why crown prince Rudolf committed suicide.
Guided outdoor walking tour with a certified tourist guide
Takes place at any weather conditions
This tour is conducted in a small group
After Tour get transferred to Prague by Coach.
After Breakfast at hotel,We will head to prague castle and walking tour. Visiting Prague Castle is like walking into a fairy tale. See the highlights of the castle complex including St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica, and the Golden Lane. The Castle contains an overwhelming amount of history and art, but thanks to your local expert guide, you’ll navigate the castle grounds with ease. Meet your guide in front of the Malostranská metro station near the Mánes Bridge. From there, take the tram up to Prague Castle. Once inside, your guide will give you headphones so that you can easily hear their commentary throughout the tour.
Marvel at St. Vitus’ Gothic architecture. Spot the gargoyles that adorn the exterior of the church. Be dazzled by the Art-Nouveau stained glass window made by Czech artist Alfons Mucha. Admire the 14th-century mosaic of the last judgment. See the tombs of St. Wenceslas and Charles IV, the baroque tomb of St. John of Nepomuk, and the Chapel of St. Wenceslas.
Next, enter the Old Royal Palace. Stand under the massive vaulted ceiling of the Vladislav Hall. The lines of the vaults meander in an almost floral pattern, giving the hall a sense of lightness. Enter the chamber where the Defenestration of Prague occurred. Here the Czech Protestant aristocrats threw the Catholic governors of the Habsburg emperor and their secretary out the window, starting the Thirty Years War.
Visit the Basilica of St. George. The stone walls and design of the basilica offer a counterpoint to the grandiosity of the castle. See the fragments of 12th-century frescoes and then walk up the double staircase where the remains of St. Ludmila lie.
Walk along the Golden Lane. The cottages in this alley were originally built for the castle’s sharpshooters, but later housed goldsmiths. In later centuries artists like Franz Kafka lived there. Examine the reconstructed workshops and homes of the Golden alley. See how the working people of Prague lived in the shadow of the castle.
Admission ticket to Prague Castle (including St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and the Golden Lane)
Expert local guide
Use of short security line